Graduate Education A Driver for Diversity

Inside Higher Education noted today that nonwhite Hispanic and African-American growth in graduate enrollment was nearly twice the nationwide average in 2016.

“underrepresented minorities seeing very robust growth in their first-time graduate enrollment — nonwhite Hispanics are up by 7.6 percent [year over year] and African-Americans are up 6.6 percent,”

A diverse student body that represents a cross-section of our changing world is important to bring people together and challenge all of our existing viewpoints.   FHSU is committed to bringing a diverse group together to build a family of scholars, teachers, learners, and leaders.


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